Arsenal is ready to battle Tottenham to sign Eredivisie ace

Arsenal and Tottenham are poised to engage in a fierce battle for the signature of Feyenoord striker Santiago Gimenez, whose consistent goal-scoring form has caught the attention of top European clubs.

Gimenez rose to prominence last season with an impressive goal return for Feyenoord, sparking interest from several major clubs across Europe.

Arsenal, in their pursuit of goal scorers, identified Gimenez as a primary target and were impressed by his prolific goal-scoring record.

This season, Gimenez has continued to shine, notching an impressive tally of 21 goals from 28 appearances in the Dutch league, establishing himself as one of the most clinical strikers in Europe.

With his consistent goal-scoring performances over consecutive seasons, Gimenez has garnered significant interest from top European clubs.

While Tottenham initially seemed to be leading the race for Gimenez’s signature, Rudy Galetti has disclosed on Twitter that Arsenal is now entering the fray.

According to his source, Arsenal is ready to intensify their pursuit of Gimenez and challenge Tottenham to secure his services, signalling a potential bidding war between the two North London rivals.

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have followed Gimenez since last season and it is not a surprise that we want to get serious.

Scoring in double figures in back-to-back seasons shows that he truly is a top player in the making, and we should probably push to sign the 22-year-old.

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  1. Arsenal.s priority should be Gyokeres unless they’re priced out of the deal. there are plenty of options in the market right now though. I like Loic Openda.

  2. Arsenal could make the incoming transfer efforts to move for the signing of Fyanood’s Santiago Gimanez 22 next summer transfer window,
    if a transfer war for the signature of Gimanez breaks out between Arsenal and Tottenham Hs. Arsenal being the more giants of the two Nottm London club sides will prevail over Tottenham in the transfer bidding war.
    But I however have a secret Striker in the person of Cole Palmer at Chelsea who I would like to see Arsenal sign him next summer. But if they miss out on Osimhen signing. And Chelsea signed him
    But I am not saying Arsenal shouldn’t sign Gimanez next summer. They can go ahead to sign him since they’ve already identified him for their signing. Moreso if he’s at the top of their striker’s signing list for next summer incoming transfers.
    But should Arsenal have signed Cole Palmer from Man City in the last winter transfer window? Instead of Chelsea who have signed him.
    I can understand why Arsenal dint move for his signing. Even if they had wanted to sign him, FFP will not allow them to do his signing after they have reached the financial limit that is allowed to do new signing in the last two transfer windows.
    But if Arsenal does happen to want to go very big in strikers signing next summer. They can sign both Santiago Gimanez and Cole Palmer.

  3. Signing Santiago Gimenez will add to our goalscoring strength.
    Imagine 21 goals from 28 matches, it is more of an average of 1 goal per every match he plays.
    Adding him to our striking contingency will add value to our current goalscoring.
    We also need reinforcement in our midfield to assist Decline Rice. Joao Gomes from Wolverhampton and Zubimendi from Real Sociadad or Onana from Everton are players l think would make more impact in our Midfield.
    And last but not least a left back. Arsenal is struggling on that side. Guttered from Girona will fit well in that position

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